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mike-p

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Since our upgrade to 6.6 deleting an email in an IMAP account w/Outlook 2003 causes it to permanently delete. It does not show up in the deleted folder either. It used to get a cross out line throu the email then you had option to perm delete.
Is this a new feature or has something gone wrong?
Anyone else seen this behavior?
Thanks
Michael
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sonofcolin

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Check the release notes on KMS 6.6. This is a new feature.
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mike-p

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How did I miss that?

Too bad I liked it the other way.
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Nexus1974

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I had this problem as well.

Check the knowledge base, you can change it back easily to the old procedure.

This will then mark the emails to be deleted on 6.6
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pwhodges

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sonofcolin wrote on Tue, 04 November 2008 20:10

Check the release notes on KMS 6.6. This is a new feature.

It also has no relationship with the IMAP standard, and such a change of behaviour should not have happened automatically during an upgrade.

Paul

[Updated on: Wed, 05 November 2008 01:09]

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mike-p

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Thanks I made the change and all is back the way it should be.
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